First Ever Liberty Carnival Raises Thousands for Charity

On Saturday, Jan. 18, Liberty Christian’s Student Council Association held its first ever “Charnival” – a carnival at school where more than $7,000 was raised for charity. More than 500 parents and children of all ages – from toddlers to seniors – came to have fun for a good cause. Eighteen Liberty clubs and...

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Culmination of Wins Prepares Wrestlers for State

On Jan. 11, Warrior Wrestling won its first tournament as a team. It came against 11 other public and private programs that were represented at the Trinity Christian Addison Invitation Tournament. “We had upsets against proven opponents, and solid performances from our leaders,” said head coach David Hughes. In 14 weight...

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Pilot and Guest Speaker Instructs Applied Engineering Class on Future of Aviation

On Jan. 29, Applied Engineering students had the unique opportunity to hear from guest speaker Eric Hansen, a senior pilot at American Airlines, and were able to learn where the aviation industry is headed in the future and how to be a part of it. In addition to flying internationally for American, he has also flown for the Navy,...

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Students Learn and Compete at Liberty Science Fair

Liberty Christian’s Commons was filled with more than 100 science fair projects at its annual fair on Jan. 25. In the projects, Middle School students posed a question, formed a hypothesis, gathered their materials, created a procedure, made graphs and tables, listed their results, stated their conclusion, and ended with a real...

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Texas Rangers’ Mike Maddux to Speak at Liberty on Monday – Postponed

This event has been postponed, and the new date will be added to this story as soon as the date has been set. The media and local baseball fans are invited to Liberty Christian’s Annual Baseball Media Day this Monday, Feb. 3, at 3 p.m. Guest speaker this year will be Texas Rangers’ Pitching Coach Mike Maddux. As the defending...

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Middle School Swim Team Finishes Strong

Liberty Christian’s Middle School swim team wrapped up its season on Jan. 25 at the Metroplex Middle School Championship hosted by Prestonwood Christian Academy in Plano. “Our swimmers did an amazing job!” said coach Sarah Burke. “We had many personal best times and placed in several events.” Swimmers on the team included...

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Lower and Middle School Students Compete and Place at Annual Spelling Bee

Liberty Christian’s third to eighth grade students traveled to St. Paul’s Preparatory Academy in Arlington on Jan. 17 for the annual Association of Christian Schools International’s Spelling Bee. “I am so proud of our students,” said Nancy Perry, seventh grade English teacher. “Spelling bee competitions not only stretch...

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Students Flex Scientific Muscle at Olympiad

Twenty-five Middle and Upper School students at Liberty Christian competed in the Science Olympiad at Carrollton Christian Academy on Jan. 18. Students used their science know-how and participated in events from Anatomy to Entomology. Congratulations to the following students: Division B  Tyler Barnes and Grant Widyn – First...

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Students Win Third at Annual Speech Tournament

Liberty Christian students took third place overall at the annual StoneGate speech tournament in Irving on Jan. 11. “These contests are such a great way for students to learn and watch from others,” said Misty Baptiste, Fine Arts Department Chair. “It also helps them become more aware of their strengths and weaknesses, showing...

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Spanish Club Serves at Windle School for Young Children

Liberty Christian’s Spanish Club members brought the joy of Christmas to Denton’s Ann Windle School for Young Children in December. The 37 club members dressed in festive Christmas clothing, donned antler headbands, and brought more than 400 small toys, from bubbles to crayons to coloring books, to give to the preschool children...

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Children Given Gifts at Christmas from Students

More than 800 stuffed animals filled the hallways at Liberty Christian School as students gave to children in need at Christmas. The effort was sponsored by Liberty’s National Honor Society, Student Council Association, and National Junior Honor Society. “I can tell this drive is extra special to our students,” said Toni King,...

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Boys Soccer Makes Amazing Comeback in Tie

The Warriors battled against Nolan Catholic at home on Jan. 13, ending in a tie at 3-3. “The boys stepped up, played their hearts out, never gave up, and fought like true warriors until the final whistle blew,” said Coach Chase Hardin. Early on, the Warriors went down 0-2, but they came back and tied the game. Then they...

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